We only provide you with listings from known landlords, which we can ensure are live, and available to rent now.
We do keep 'Let Agreed' properties on our search bar for a certain amount of time after they are let. We make these obvious and there is no option to contact the landlord regarding this property.
Here are a few reasons why we do this:
- To keep tenants in the loop - properties that have been let probably received several tenant enquiries. If they just disappeared as soon as they were let, this would be confusing for the other tenants who were also interested in the property, but can suddenly no longer find it on our site. By marking them as 'Let Agreed', the other tenants know that the property didn't just 'disappear' but has been successfully let and is no longer available.
- To show you the demand for properties in your area - If there are a lot of properties in the 'Let Agreed' section, this means there are a lot of properties that have been recently rented. If you are searching for a property, you may want to create a local alert for your area to save you from missing out!
- Comparison - They can serve as a useful comparison to the properties you have recently seen, or arranged a viewing for. For example, you can see their rental price and use it to assess the value of live properties.